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For instance, many believe men make better political leaders, that men should have more of a right to a job than women when jobs are scarce, and that families should help choose a woman’s husband.
These are among the key findings from a survey by the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project, conducted in six predominantly Muslim nations March 19 to April 20.
Majorities in all six believe women should have equal rights as men, and more than eight-in-ten hold this view in Lebanon and Turkey.
However, in Egypt – where the role of women in society has been a heavily debated issue throughout the post-Mubarak transition period – a slimmer 58%-majority favors equal rights, while 36% oppose the idea. Moreover, while many support the general principle of gender equality, there is less enthusiasm for gender parity in politics, economics, and family life.
Meanwhile, more than six-in-ten in Turkey and Lebanon believe Islam is a major part of political life in their countries.